interesting question...teens and adults both have mob mentality..while teens are more risk taking and more likely to get indulged with mob in visible form , adults do also have mob mentality but in not so visible form...like adults too follow path of mobs in general in terms of what they do , how they behave , social norms etc etc...
by Mark Pitrek2 years ago
Should teenagers have the same rights as adults? If no, please explain.Please do not say "because they're immature," considering that is a general rule and there are exceptions.
by crazyteens9878 years ago
what is it about adults not listining to what teens have to say about are government.i mean teens have oppions that can be better than the president but noone seams to care about what we have to say even after we study...
by JR Scarbrough MFA4 years ago
Why are teenagers so rude these days?Is it just me or do teenagers these days seem pushy and obnoxious? I was trying to get into the grocery store and there was about 5 of them standing in front of the door and I...
by pmorries8 weeks ago
Does a person start dying at the moment of birth? Or, does a person start dying at the moment of...conception? Or, do we start to die after we reach our physical peak, which is reached at about the age of 25? Some say...
by Delilah3 years ago
Why is my sixteen year old so determined to annoy me?Into boys, she wants to be able to go hang out at night, doesn't care about her school work, and has just had a bad attitude lately towards me!
by Robin Turner5 years ago
Why are teens expected to behave like adults?Science has shown that the development of certain parts of the brain necessary for making good decisions, being rational, understanding long-term consequences and reasoning,...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.